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In Cambodia, Many Species Worth Conservingi
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20 June 2014
Conservation International works in more than 30 countries around the world to help protect and preserve our planet. In Cambodia, the group is working with local communities to protect several endangered species, including a rare species of turtle and something called a “hairy-nosed otter.” The otter was once thought to be extinct, but it was discovered recently in Cambodia. VOA Khmer’s Poch Reasey recently interviewed two officials from the agency, Peter Stonier and John Martin, to discuss conservation in Cambodia. (Poch Reasey, Washington)

In Cambodia, Many Species Worth Conserving

Published 20.06.2014

Conservation International works in more than 30 countries around the world to help protect and preserve our planet. In Cambodia, the group is working with local communities to protect several endangered species, including a rare species of turtle and something called a “hairy-nosed otter.” The otter was once thought to be extinct, but it was discovered recently in Cambodia. VOA Khmer’s Poch Reasey recently interviewed two officials from the agency, Peter Stonier and John Martin, to discuss conservation in Cambodia. (Poch Reasey, Washington)


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